Post # 1
So here is the deal, ive got my wedding dress now all i need is the heels to go with it. I am blessed enough to be able to purchase the Elie saab Aglaya gown below, and im finding it hard to choose a shoe that suits as the dress is such a statement in itself.
Ive chosen two heels that are my faourite:
No.1 The kurt Geiger sparkle point
No.2 The badgley Mischka bow back pumps
I love them both but if you have any suggestions aswell i would really love to see!
Post # 3
I love number one ten times better. It’s so feminine and fits the idea of your dress better, IMO.
Post # 4
I agree with #1. 2 is pretty but it’s almost too much like your dress.
Post # 5
the first pair look like they were made to go with your dress… good find!
Post # 6
First of all, your dress is STUNNING!! Elie Saab is one of the best wedding dress designers, IMO.
As for the shoes, definitely #1. 🙂
Post # 7
I love #1! Wish I would have seen them during my shoe hunt! 🙂
Post # 8
I think #2 is pretty but that #1 really suits your dress better!
Post # 9
I think #1 compliments the dress better than the second ones. The second ones are gorgeous though!
Post # 10
The Badgley’s match the style and feel of your dress perfectly! I love those much more than the others.
Post # 11
I love shoe number 1. And I would love to see you in that dress! I always oogle it, but have never seen it on a real bride.
Post # 12
#1 is so pretty and classic. Love it!
Post # 13
I’m SO inlove with your dress, it is so gorgeous. #1 Matches the style so much and would be amazing <3
Post # 15
@his chippymunk: Thanks alot! I feel extremely special in it, ive been googling looking to see if anyones ever purchased or worn it.. i think the pricetag is without a doubt over the top, but what it doesnt show in the photo is that there is a heavily beaded fitted lace dress underneath the tulle, you can sort of see the sillouette in the online photos, i didnt even know it existed until i was trying on the dress something rough was rubbing my foot under the tulle lol.
Im getting the dress store to make the tulle removable for the reception and dancing, i think its a shame that all that beautiful beaded lace goes to waste.
I promise to post some photos after the wedding (6th Oct 2012)
Post # 16
guess im in the minority. i love the 2nd choice.